Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project

Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project (TRTP) Segments 1-11

The first major transmission project in California being constructed specifically to access multiple renewable generators in a remote renewable-rich resource area.TRTP segments 4 to 11 would include new and upgraded electric transmission lines and substations between eastern Kern County and San Bernardino County, spanning an area of approximately 173 miles. read more

Springville-Lindsay-Venida

Springville-Lindsay-Venida66kV Re-Conductor, Lindsay, CA

This Survey was for Utility Inventory purposes and Record Data Base Map preparation along a 17-mile route, requested for planning purposes for reconducting existing facilities in the rural area of Lindsay. read more

Orchard Hills

Orchard Hills (Neighborhoods 1-4)

One of the larger currently ongoing residential neighborhoods in Irvine, 4 unique neighborhoods, 4318 residential units with amenities.

  • Period of performance 2013-present
  • Location of work – Irvine, California
  • Value of project – SBS contract $5.2 million
  • Description of work performed – Construction support, Land surveying, Subdivision Map preparation
    • Horizontal and Vertical control network
    • 28 Million yards of dirt
    • 29 miles of curb
    • 18 miles of underground utilities
    • 22 Subdivision Maps
    • 25 Title Reports and document reviews
    • 20+ Legal descriptions and plats
    • 8 settlement monitoring loops
    Zero days lost to injury or illness, had no performance issues reported.

    Saddleback Surveys has been the primary surveying firm representing Wilson Mikami Corporation on the development of this fast-paced project. Additionally, many entitlement issues that have been dormant for decades surfaced in the analysis of the boundary and threatened to halt the development. Saddleback Surveys worked closely with the City Surveyor and Irvine Ranch Water District to resolve the problems and keep the project on schedule. Construction and mapping is still on-going. read more

Coolwater Lugo Transmission Project

Coolwater Lugo Transmission Project (CLTP) Segments 1-13

The Coolwater-Lugo Transmission Project (formerly South of Kramer) was designed to expand transmission capacity in the Kramer Junction and Lucerne Valley areas. Saddleback Surveys, Inc. (SBS) was involved from the beginning of the project until its rejection by California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) in 2015. The route was approximately 75 miles of infrastructure for renewable energy. read more